Accession Nr.: 3681
Type: lacquers; carving
Date of production:
18th–19th centuries
Qing dynasty
Place of production:
Acquisition: collection of Ferenc Hopp
Materials: red lacquer; wood
Techniques: carved; gilt
Dimensions: length: 46.5 cm
Earliest pieces of Chinese carved lacquerware originate from the Song period (10th-13th centuries). Dragon was usually depicted as the symbol of the emperor.